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  • We received approval to move forward with a comprehensive multi-year water quality monitoring program on the North Saskatchewan River that will provide a better assessment of source water quality and river health. This first-of-its-kind monitoring program will begin in 2018.
  • We initiated a Green Energy initiative that will use green energy sources to supply up to 10% of the energy used to supply drinking water to Edmonton customers. We've begun to evaluate solar panels as an option to produce this power.
  • Our energy efficiency initiatives expanded to include the use of energy within the buildings we operate in addition to energy used to pump water at the water treatment plants, the field reservoirs and the booster stations.
  • Our team replaced 292 old lead service lines in Edmonton making 2016 our most successful year since the program began in 2008. We have now replaced 1512 old lead service lines since 2008. 
  • We achieved the lowest level of water loss in the distribution system with an infrastructure leakage index (ILI) of 1.06. The industry bench mark is less than 3.0.

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